With Eyal and Megan having predicted that more Love Island couples would follow their lead in taking their physical relationship to the next level, it looks as though their prophecy has come true.
Laura will make an admission to the girls in tonight’s episode, revealing that she and Wes are the second couple to have sex in the villa.
With the girls gathered to get ready for the day ahead, Laura confesses: “You know how Wes likes to talk about the ‘Do Bits Society’. The DBS thing.”
The girls immediately catch onto what she is suggesting, with Georgia Steel asking: “Did you have sex with him?”
Timidly, Laura responds: “Kind of.”
Opening up further in the Beach Hut, Laura revealed: “Oh my god I was so embarrassed telling the girls, I literally hid in the cupboard.
“I was trying to hide my face because I was so red.”
With all of the couples gathered for a couples’ brunch the following morning, Laura and Wes reflect on their actions the night before, with Wes declaring: “We’re another level of the ‘Do Bits Society’ now. Congratulations.”
It comes after Georgia revealed to Express.co.uk in a shock interview what her family might think if she “has sex on TV”.
Georgia’s family has been watching the 20-year-old live in the villa and take part in the show, controversially known for broadcasting sex scenes from fame-hungry islanders.
Asked if she thought having sex on TV could harm her future acting career after leaving the villa, Georgia shut down all concerns.
Georgia said: “No I don’t to be honest because I feel like people who don’t have the experience of being in the villa, I think it’s wrong for them to make criticisms when they haven’t actually been there themselves and experienced what the person is experiencing within the villa.
“I’m not open. I wouldn’t say I’m open to anything, yet I wouldn’t say I would close anything off either.
“I have no concerns as I take life as it comes. I’m a very happy-go-lucky girl.
“I do whatever is thrown at me. I’m not scared of anything that can happen to me. Bring it on.”
She added that her mum has extensively researched the show and told Georgia to “go for it” as it’s an “opportunity” that “cannot be turned down”.
Georgia explained: “My mum and dad didn’t really know much about the show when I first told them.
“Then obviously mum being a mum, she did her research and said, ‘At the end of the day Georgia, go for it. It’s an opportunity that you can’t turn down.’ Hence why I’m here now.
“I’m from a really normal background because my dad drives a tractor and my mum owns a shop in a little village up north.”